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"You mustn't form a trade union. You mustn't get girls into trouble. You mustn't go about with your hands in your pockets. You mustn't be immoral. You mustn't smoke out o' doors while an Alert is on. You mustn't smoke in shelters. You mustn't desert. You mustn't go absent. You mustn't be late far anything. You mustn't gamble. You mustn't get anybody else, for money or moneysworth, to do any jobs for you. You mustn't have financial dealings with Trained Soldiers or N.C.O.'s. You mustn't address me, or any other superior rank, with a fag in your mouth. You mustn't get drunk. You mustn't use foul language or tell filthy stories or possess filthy pictures. You mustn't associate with bad women. You mustn't steal, bear false witness against your neighbour. You mustn't do anything not in the Army Act. I've never read the Army Act, but, put it like this-to all intents and purposes it's safest not to do anything, much, unless you're specifically ordered to do it by a Trained Soldier, N.C.©., or Officer. You will always be clean, kind, courteous, and what not. If you see an old geezer getting on a bus, give him a shove to help him along. If you see an old girl standing up in a public convenience, you will give her your seat. Conveyance : I always get them two words mixed up.
" But I am 'ere to show you the ropes. It's not my duty to lecture you.
" Everybody will buy a tin of black boot polish, a tin of dark tan, a duster, a slab of Blanco Khaki Renovator, a tin of Bluebell Metal Polish, and a twopennyhalfpenny brush. With the possession of these here articles, your troubles begin, and so do mine; for your

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